Teachers in Slovakia have begun an indefinite strike today. They demand higher wages, more money to be invested into education and changes in the system of teachers’ further education. The strike...
Of all the writing that emerged from the existentialist movement, Simone de Beauvoir's groundbreaking study of women will probably have the most extensive and enduring impact.
Aufheben's excellent account of the development and transformation of China and the Chinese working class from the time of Mao until today.
A general overview and analysis of developments in the garment worker struggles we have been covering for the past few years.
A contemporary spoof of The Sun newspaper containing a "Tintin" cartoon about the Wapping printers dispute of 1986.
German left communist Herman Gorter on war, imperialism and the nationalist degeneration of the First International.
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